The show stopping new collection from the Connor Brothers celebrates the intrigue, irony and innovation of an extraordinary artistic partnership.
Summer is here and we are all now looking forward to returning to the things we love, and for us, that is sharing the joy of art with you.
Further to the huge success of Patrick’s first exhibition with Clarendon Fine Art at the end of last year, we are delighted to present a second collection of pioneering artwork from one of the most innovative artists at work in Britain today.
Jeffrey Pratt’s charismatic, playful yet grounded nature means he is able to live in the moment in a way that many of us strive to do but find almost impossible and his search for colour has taken him all over the world on a vibrant journey of self-discovery.
Craig’s unique and powerful vision has combined with his accessible and fun-loving use of cultural references to win him huge international recognition, and both his original and limited edition artwork have become some of the most sought-after in the UK.
Thursday 7th August
A dramatic new exhibition from pioneering kinetic artist Patrick Rubinstein
Thursday 19th August
Clarendon Fine Art is proud to announce The Connor Brothers Exhibition at our Battersea gallery.
Bringing together some compelling original paintings and a spellbinding new limited edition, this outstanding collection is characterised by the passionate narrative style that has inspired a generation of art lovers.
Thursday 22nd July - Sunday 25th July
A new gallery exhibition from visionary artist and innovator Craig Alan
Combining elements of pop art, classical paintings and the raw components of his street art beginnings, this subversive and playful visionary creates larger-than-life celebrations of culture, imagination and sheer audacity.
Friday 9th - Sunday 11th July
If you missed our fascinating live chat with expressive landscape artist Michael F. Rumsby, you can still catch it on Instagram, Facebook and our website. Michael was introducing a radiant collection of new original works from his beautiful home in south western France.